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Montgomery. Montgomery. Ala, Jan. 11. --The Ordinance of Secession was passed at 2½ o'clock yesterday. Cannons are firing, bells ringing, and the city is in a blaze of enthusiasm. [Second Dispatch.] Augusta, Jan. 11. --The "ordinance to dissolve the Union between the State of Alabama and the other States of the United States, united under the compact and style of the United States of America," reads as follows: Whereas, The election of Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin to the offices of President and vice President of the United States of America, by a sectional part avowedly hostile to the domestic institutions and the peace and security of the people of the State of Alabama, following upon the heels of man, and dangerous infractions of the Constitution of the United States, by many of the States and people of the Northern section, is a practical wrong of a insulting and menacing a character as to justify the people of Alabama in the adoption of prom
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Tribute from the Nicaraguan Republic to Commodore Paulding. (search)
Hannibal Hamlin a Negro. The N. Y. Express denies a statement referred to by our Washington correspondent that Hannibal Hamlin, the Vice President elect, has negro blood in his veins. Our correspondent will no doubt hasten to amend the Injustice which he has unintentionally done the African race. Hannibal Hamlin a Negro. The N. Y. Express denies a statement referred to by our Washington correspondent that Hannibal Hamlin, the Vice President elect, has negro blood in his veins. Our correspondent will no doubt hasten to amend the Injustice which he has unintentionally done the African race.
Hamlin on the Union. --Mr. Hannibal Hamlin, Vice-President of the Yankees, has made a speech in which, to the great satisfaction of his audience, who manifested their approbation by emphatic applause, he scouted the idea of the restoration of ce of the North, governed by Northern viceroys, and deprived of every badge and monument of freedom. We are obliged to Mr. Hamlin for this candid and logical avowal. But if he imagines there is anything novel, startling, or alarming to anybody in tf subjugation is mercy itself compared to the unspeakable insult and ignominy of such a thought. We are aware that Mr. Hamlin and his Black Republicans mean only the most infernal malice in refusing us the precious privilege of ever again becomilds the same relation to the United States that a county does to a State. The only change, so far as we can see, which Mr. Hamlin proposes, is to call things by their right names, and no longer to mock the old provincial of the United States with th
etary to read the resolution. Resolved, That Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, be declared the choice of the Union party for President, [applause,] and Hannibal Hamlin of Maine, be the candidate for Vice President of the same party. Cries of "No. no!" A Voice — Divide the resolution. Mr. Cresswell, of Maryland news" from Gen. Sunter, which was received with great cheering. For Vice President. The total vote was, Andy Johnson, of Tennessee, 492; Dickinson, 17; Hamlin 9. Among the members of the National Committee, we observe the following: Maryland--H W Hoffman. Virginia — W H Wallace. Florida--Calvin S Robinson. he Valliant measures of the Administration? Is this a shot at Mr. Seward, or at the Blair family, of at the inoffensive old man, Attorney Gen Bates. Why Hannibal Hamlin was set sails, and why Andrew Johnson was of all men regarded as the man for Vice President, we do not present to understand — Johnson having been down to the<
country has had, for the past four years, a faithful, honest, competent and patriotic Chief Magistrate, who has a just claim on the patriotic, Union loving citizens of all sections for re-election, and we hereby pledge ourselves to use all honorable means in our power to secure that result. Resolved, That in Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, we recognize a patriot and statesman of unimpeachable integrity, who will prove a worthy successor of our present able and honest Vice-President, Hannibal Hamlin. Resolved, That Major-General George B. McClellan, in allowing himself to be made a tool of by the traitors and their dupes who lately assembled at Chicago, has lost the confidence of the loyal people of the land; and the open prayers in his behalf, on the part of the rebels at Richmond, should be a warning to every patriot. Resolved, That the course of George H. Pendleton, in persistently voting in Congress with the enemies of our country, against furnishing supplies to our a
After the 4th of March next, the Federal as well as the Confederate Government will both be entirely in Southern hands. Having found a Southern--born man work so well as President, they took another in the person of Andy Johnson for Vice. Poor old Hannibal Hamlin had to return to New England. It seems the destiny of the North always to be governed by Southern men. Few men of Northern origin would have had the firmness to "put the foot down firmly" like Lincoln and take a "big job" like this war on their shoulders. The operation has nearly ruined the United States, and now that a double team of the same breed is about to be put on the machine, we look for a total wreck in the next four years. We take a natural pride in the fact that the South is equally great in creation and destruction. She can produce a Washington to build up the greatest of Republics in the shortest time, and a Lincoln, who can knock it down in a good deal less time than it took to build it up.
h all nations. Lincoln's next Cabinet. A Washington dispatch says: All sorts of rumors are afloat to-day in reference to the organization of the new Cabinet. The impression prevails that the only changes to be made are in the Treasury and Interior Departments. Senator Harlan is believed to be the one agreed upon to take the Interior Department portfolio, and there is not a shadow of doubt about the appointment of Mr. McCulloch to the Treasury. The same authority places Hannibal Hamlin on the slate for Minister to Rome, with full sanction of the President to kiss the Pope's toe and obtain absolution for all his sins. The campaign in North Carolina. A dispatch from Newbern, North Carolina, dated the 25th ultimo, says: Rebel deserters, who have just come in, report that General Lee has ordered Goldsboro' and Kinston to be fortified, which order is now being carried into effect. Goldsboro', he says, must be held at all hazards. A large force is now at w
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